The Timberline Drama is having a Valentine’s Day raffle for two gift baskets. One basket holds Valentine’s Day goodies such as cookies, candy, a fun stuffed animal and two gift certificates.
The gift certificates are $50 to Mexican Restaurant iand one $50 to Augies in Orofino. The other basket has all the same Valentine’s Day goodies and a $50 to Elk Snout certificate with a to-go mug and a $50 gift certificate to Miss Lily’s.
First winner gets to pick their basket and then a second winner is drawn. Tickets are $5 for one or $20 for five. Contact any drama student for tickets.
A big thank you to Timberline Alumna Caitlin Brown for getting a Thrivent card to help Drama.
Thursday, Jan. 21, is the last day of the semester. The High School Boys’ Basketball; JV and Varsity, and the Girls’ Basketball will host Highland with JV starting at 5 p.m., followed by the boys’ varsity at 6 p.m., and ending with the girls’ game starting at 7:30.
Friday, Jan. 22, is a teacher’s workday. The Boys’ Basketball team will have practice at 9 a.m.
Sunday, Jan. 24, is open gym at the High School.
Monday, Jan. 25 the High School Boys’ Basketball team will have practice at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 26, the Junior High Girls’ Volleyball; seventh grade only, will host Culdesac at Timberline in the High School Gym with game time starting at 4:30. While our Jr High girls are hosting at Timberline, our High School Boys Varsity will be traveling to take on St John Bosco. Their bus leaves at 3:30 and their game starting at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 27, the High School Boys’ Basketball will have practice at 6 p.m.
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET THE NEW PROTOCOLS SET IN PLACE FOR ALL GAMES.
Academy (IDYCA) Update
On Jan. 30, the new cadets will be arriving and the staff at IDYCA are getting ready. Please check out their Facebook Page to see who the staff are preparing for the arrival of the new cadets.
The J. Howard Bradbury Logging Museum has officially kicked off the 2021 Membership Drive. This year they are honoring Ron Beck on the membership pin. Memberships are $15, and can be mailed to 239 Woods Rd., Weippe, ID 83553. Please consider supporting the Museum by mailing your membership today.
Friday, Jan. 15, tournament at Miss Lily’s ended with Alan Mee in first place, Kathy Wilson-Dill in second, and Jake Jared taking third.
Saturday, Jan. 16, tournament at the Timber Inn has Brian Boyles in first place, Mike Crocker in second, and Kerri Willis Crocker in third.
Sunday, January 17, pool league score results are as follows, Flame at Timber1- 14/2 in the Flame’s favor. Elkhorn2 at Elkhorn1 – 15/1 in the Elkhorn1’s favor. Timer2 at Miss Lily’s1 – 13/3 in Miss Lily1’s favor.
Pierce Community Center
With the start of the New Year, the community center wants to update rental agreements with active users. If you have keys and/or renting the community center or any of its rooms, please contact Brandy IN person to get rental agreements updated or keys turned in. They would like to have all agreements updated before the end of January. PLEASE DO NOT change your dates or times of building usage without checking with Brandy first as there are other rentals that are in place who have reserved certain rooms or the building. It is imperative you do not change schedules or use rooms without prior confirmation they are available and not booked for use.
The community center is also seeking ideas from the community on what they would like to see happen from the community center. They would love to see the community center being used to its fullest potential, but it truly is a community effort.
Stop in and visit with the new manager, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts or ideas to help our center become what the community would like to see.
Any events, news, or information you would like to share in the Clearwater Tribune under the Pierce/Weippe news, please be sure to contact Brandy Denison by social media or email at email@example.com prior to the deadline on Monday to make the following Wednesday paper.